Thanks to a certain Abridged Series, most Yu-Gi-Oh! players can’t see the words “Synchro Summon” without breaking out in laughter. But, let’s get down to business for a second and look at ten of the best Synchro Monsters that you could ever decide to put...

If you’re new to Yu-Gi-Oh! you may have never heard of the term “Hand Trap” before. A Hand Trap is essentially a monster card which has an effect that can be activated while the monster is in your hand. These effects are activated in response...

Fairy Types are always great additions to your deck, even if you aren’t playing a full Fairy deck. Several Fairy Types fall into different attributes, such as Dark and Wind, and these cards work better in decks that have that attribute as a focus, rather...

Released around the time of Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D’s, Psychic Type monster cards added a whole new way to play Yu-Gi-Oh! These cards have powerful effects, and very few of them are risky to play. There’s a lot of call for amazing combos with a Psychic deck! Serene...

Originally, there was just one Trap Hole card in Yu-Gi-Oh! But that single card has multiplied over the years and given us numerous Trap Hole cards that have various effects. Trap Holes are great cards to have in your deck because they don’t rely on...

Water decks can be extremely powerful if they contain the right cards, and many Water types have strong effects (some are so strong that it’s a wonder they aren’t forbidden yet). All of these cards are suitable for a Water deck, but there are several...

The Cyberse monster type hasn’t been around as long as many other monster types in Yu-Gi-Oh! In fact, they were introduced alongside Link monsters, and have a similar futuristic art style. However, there are many reasons that you should consider a Cyberse deck; one of...

Zombie monster cards became extremely popular around the time the Zombie Madness structure deck was released. This structure deck showcased zombie cards; showing players exactly how you could utilize a zombie deck to win a duel with ease. They’re still not the most popular type...

There is a surplus on powerful link monsters in Yu-Gi-Oh! to a point where some of them could be considered overpowered. Some cards make others look pointless, and some make us wonder how they’re still allowed in official tournaments; but whatever the power level, here...

Dragon monster cards have been popular in Yu-Gi-Oh! since Seto Kaiba graced our screens with his presence, raving about his Blue-Eyes White Dragons from episode one. The original overpowered dragon cards, with 3000 attack points, were wanted and recognized by fans all over the world. Today,...